| Rosemond Tuve|| Trygve Tuve, Lucy Tuve|
| December 20, 1964, Bryn Mawr, Lower Merion Township, Pennsylvania, United States|
Merle Tuve, George Lewis Tuve, Richard Larsen Tuve
Ida Marie Larsen Tuve, Anthony G. Tuve
Merle Tuve, Anthony G. Tuve, George Lewis Tuve, Richard Larsen Tuve
Essays by Rosemond Tuve, Images & themes in five poem, Sacred Parody of Love Poe, Elizabethan and metaphys, Allegorical imagery
Rosemond Tuve Wikipedia
Rosemond Teresa Marie Tuve (November 29, 1903 – December 20, 1964) was an American scholar of English literature, specializing in Renaissance literature—in particular, Edmund Spenser.
She was born November 29, 1903, in Canton, South Dakota, the daughter of Anthony G. Tuve, the president of Augustana College, and Ida Larsen Tuve, instructor of music there. One of her older brothers is Merle Tuve, a geophysicist.
She received her BA in 1924 from the University of Minnesota, and received a scholarship for graduate study at Bryn Mawr College, where she was awarded an MA, in 1923. Following further study at Somerville College, Oxford, England, she received a PhD from Bryn Mayr in 1931. After further study in England and France, she was appointed instructor of English at Connecticut College in 1934. She was promoted to assistant professor in 1936, associate professor in 1942, and full professor in 1947. She remained at Connecticut until 1962, when she was appointed professor of English at the University of Pennsylvania, the first woman to be appointed to that position. After teaching there for three terms, she died of a stroke on December 20, 1964.
Her first published work, Seasons and Months: Studies in a Tradition of Medieval English Poetry. was her PhD thesis, published in Paris by Libraire Universitarie in 1933. She subsequently published the following books:Elizabethan and Metaphysical Imagery: Renaissance Poetic and Twentieth-century Critics, Chicago, Ill., University of Chicago Press, 1947. 442 p. OCLC 245173Reprinted: 1961, OCLC 12000218; 1971, ISBN 978-0-226-81819-1
Review, W K Wimsatt; Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, March, 1948, vol. 6, no. 3, p. 277-279
Review, "Tradition and the Academic Talent" H. M. McLuhan The Hudson Review, Summer, 1948, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 270-273
Review, Rosemary Freeman Review of English Studies, October, 1948, vol. 24, no. 96, p. 331-332
Review, Marvin T Herrick; Modern Language Notes, February, 1949, vol. 64, no. 2, p. 125-127
A Reading of George Herbert Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1952. 215 p. OCLC 357917Review, Arnold Stein Modern Language Notes, December, 1954, vol. 69, no. 8, p. 610-613
Review, Joan Bennett Modern Philology, November, 1953, vol. 51, no. 2, p. 135-137
Images & Themes in Five Poems by Milton, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1957. 161 p. OCLC 5212894Repr, 1967
Review, Millar MacLure Modern Philology, August, 1958, vol. 56, no. 1, p. 64-65
Review, Arnold Stein; Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, September, 1958, vol. 17, no. 1, p. 119-121
Review, A J Smith; Review of English Studies, August, 1959, vol. 10, no. 39, p. 309-311
Review, Merritt Y Hughes; Modern Language Notes, November, 1958, vol. 73, no. 7, p. 527-532
Allegorical Imagery; Some Mediaeval Books And Their Posterity, Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1966. 461 p. OCLC 7167435Review, Richard H Green, Comparative Literature, Winter, 1967, vol. 19, no. 1, p. 83-86
Review, William Matthews Renaissance Quarterly, Autumn, 1967, vol. 20, no. 3, p. 345-347
Review, R E Kaske Speculum: A Journal of Mediaeval Studies, Jan., 1967, vol. 42, no. 1, p. 196-199
A selection of her essays, was published as Essays: Spenser, Herbert, Milton, ed. by Thomas P Roche, Princeton [N.J.] Princeton University Press, 1970. ISBN 978-0-691-06171-91952: Honorary Doctor of Letters (Ll.D.) from Augustana College.
1955: Achievement Award, American Association of University Women.
1956: Visiting Lecturer, Harvard University
1957: Honorary Doctor of Letters (Ll.D.) from Wheaton College.
1957-58, Senior Fulbright Research Fellow, Oxford.
1959: Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1959, Honorary Doctor of Letters (Ll.D.) from Mt. Holyoke College.
1960, NATO Research Fellowship, University of Aarhus
1961, Honorary Doctor of Letters, Carleton College.
1961-62 Visiting Professor, Princeton University
1963, Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, Syracuse University.